A Virgin Start-Up-backed company, ARC Marine, is creating an artificial reef at premier U.K. dive site Vobster Quay in 2017.
When whales breach it’s a spectacular sight, but no one was quite sure why they did it — until now.
If you’ve got the cash — $105,129 to be exact — you can become one of only a few people to ever participate in a dive tour of the Titanic, starting in 2018
The Vancouver board of parks and recreation voted in March to ban the importation and display of captive cetaceans at Vancouver Aquarium
The family of recently deceased Canadian conservationist and director Rob Stewart has filed a wrongful death lawsuit
In a bit of positive environmental news, Indonesia pledges to reduce plastic waste 70 percent by 2025.
The Kodiak Queen, a former Navy fuel barge, survived the attack on Pearl Harbor. In March 2017, it will become an underwater art installation and new dive site in the British Virgin Islands.
Concern is rising after all-time low sightings of the endangered North Atlantic right whale during their 2017 winter breeding season.
A submerged continent called Zealandia has been discovered just east of Queensland, Australia in the Pacific Ocean
A Costa Rican court has, for the first time, served criminal charges for shark finning and sentenced a Taiwanese business owner to prison.
Some shark encounters are better suited to divers with experience, but many are perfectly safe for brand-new divers. Here are our top five shark dives for novices.
Diving with sharks is at the top of many, if not all, divers’ bucket lists. Here are 10 tips to help you have a safe, and fun, encounter with the ocean’s apex predator.
Mangroves may not be as sexy as coral reefs but they’re just as important to the overall health of the ocean. Read on to find out why.
Even for those who are excited to begin scuba diving, learning to do so can be nerve-wracking. What’s the best way to overcome your anxiety and jump in?
Many people suffer from chronic or intermittent back pain, but this needn’t be a barrier to scuba diving if the right precautions are taken.
New Zealand is known for a wild and dramatic terrestrial landscape, but it’s also home to 36 marine reserves and a spectacular array of dive sites. Here are a few of the South Island’s best.
As world travel becomes ever more accessible, it’s increasingly difficult to find dive sites that offer spectacular marine life and minimal tourism. Cambodia offers such hidden gems.
The secret is out: Pristine reefs and few crowds await in the small town of Marsa Alam in southeastern Egypt.